This playground at Goonak Parade opened in June 2020 and has been designed with the natural space in mind. The tall mature trees have been kept and they provide shade over the whole of the playground, which will make it a great place to visit over the summer months.

Goonak Parade Playground | Image ©Playing in Puddles

The park has a large purple and red climbing frame with double slippery dip, fireman pole, noughts and crosses board, and multiple rope structures to climb.

Goonak Parade Playground | Image ©Playing in Puddles

There’s also a large net swing, a group spinner and a contraption that looks like a sea saw but rather than going up and now it wiggles the kids from side to side.

Sandstone surrounds the playground and doubles as both perimeter and seating for watching parents.

Goonak Parade Playground | Image ©Playing in Puddles

This is a playground where you’ll happily stay. Bring a rug and some snacks and while away a morning.


Goonak Parade Playground, Narara

Ages: Toddlers, preschoolers and young primary school kids.
Fenced: Semi-fenced. Fencing runs along the roads, but the playground is open to the grassed area.
Toilets: No.
Shade: The playground sits beneath mature trees that provide lots of shade.
Parking: Street parking.
Location: Cnr Goonak Parade and Narara Crescent, Narara.

Looking for a nearby park for toddlers? Check out our feature on Treeline Close. Kids need something more challenging? Try nearby Gavenlock Oval.

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This park review – first published in June 2020 – is regularly updated as equipment and facilities are modified. If you’ve visited this park and something has changed, please do let us know by emailing [email protected].

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Written By: KATIE STOKES

Founder & Editor

After working in print and online media for more than a decade, Katie launched Playing in Puddles in 2017. A mum of three young boys and local of the Central Coast, Katie loves discovering and sharing all that’s happening in our region.